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- Building the Future of Bug Reporting: Insights with Jam's Co-Founder Dani GrantLink visible for attendees
Dani will be sharing her journey of building Jam, a tool that's simplifying bug reporting for a more efficient development workflow.
In a candid discussion, Dani will outline the challenges and triumphs of creating a product that resonates with users and achieves product-market fit. She'll detail the strategic role of AI in Jam's development and how it's shaping the future of the platform.
Expect to gain insights into the startup process, the importance of company culture, and the potential of AI to transform software development. This session is a must for engineers, developers, and tech enthusiasts eager to learn from a startup's real-world experience scaling innovative solutions in a competitive market.